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A beautiful old barn.
Mysterious tunnel underneath the train tracks high above.
"For use as a motor fuel only. Contains LEAD"
Railroad at Goggans.
What's still standing of an old building in downtown Molena Georgia.
Lincoln Park, Georgia. Here, it's easy to find many shotgun houses all in a row.
Apprehension ( Little Suzi enduring an anxious stand-stay in spite of her fear of the tracks.)
RED OAK COVERED BRIDGE ~ This bridge was built in the 1840's by freed slaves and noted bridge builder Horace King (1807-1885). Constructed on the town lattice design, the bridge's web of planks crisscrossing at 45-60 degree angles are fastened at each intersection with a total of approximately 2,500 wooden pegs. Although King is credited with building many covered bridges throughout Georgia, this is the only surviving bridge of this design. At 391 feet, including the approaches, this structu
Old Gas Station on Pickard Road.
Goggans General Store, Goggans, Georgia. Goggans was named for the family of John F. Goggans. He donated the land for the railroad station, general store, where the post office was located, and access land to the Union Primitive Baptist Church. At different times, the town was also known as Goggins, Goggans Station, and Goggansville. John F. Goggans and his wife, Rebecca, founded Goggans in 1834 and lived there until their deaths. Goggans General Store provided merchandise and Postal servi
Some pretty red doors locked up tight on a building in Woodbury Georgia.
The remains of a little gazebo right out in the middle of a lake. ( . . . happy birds on top enjoying the day!)
Georgia Forestry Commission's Fire tower.
Red Doors in Culloden.
Goggans General Store
The RITZ Theatre & Cafe. Built in 1927 in the Mission Style, the facade was altered in the 1930's to it's present Art Deco design.
What remains of an old railroad overpass that crossed the Flint River.
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